What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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I installed my arc door hangers, and I used a lot of pool noddles to protect the doors because I do not have a lot of space. I have to cut a few more noodles, but so far they are working great.
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It looks like you’re doing it wrong...the lip of the ARC hangers should seat in exactly the same space occupied by the window glass, when the window is in the “up” position.
 

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Did lots... no pics though...

1) changed the oil in the pumpkins....
2) added an extension to the breather hose of the rear axle... snaked it up and tucked it in the right rear taillight housing on the tub.
4) couldn't find the front breather hose
5) made a rain cover out of tarp for the GPS and CB for those surprise rain days when going toppless...

That's about it....

Now I'm tired... Yawn!!!
Can you share a pic of your rain cover? I've got so many ideas cluttering up my head.

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These look awesome! Where did you order from?
Thanks - LEDGLow product on Amazon - ordered the 6 pc million light version. Pretty happy with the product. Tied it in to Aux 4 switch. Only real issue I had was that the longest two cords for the lights needed to be about one foot longer to reach where i wanted to put the controller (behind the glovebox) - instead, i had to put in just under the glovebox but still completely hidden.
 

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Bought one of those Alien shades off Amazon for the front. Price and quality Is good. I grew up in Tx and thought i was good w the sun. Here in the front range the sun is a whole different $hit i get burnt w less than one hour of direct exposure lol! Anyway, installed the shade, drove from Castle Rock to Deckers to Kenosha Pass and back last weekend (plenty sun) with only the sunshade. Got home said damn it got sunburned woke up the next day realized most of it was windburn. That’s about a 5 hour in the direct sun drive (total back and forth stopping to pee and coffee and all that). And if you have been in Colorado anywhere near summer you know our sun burns the dog-$hit out of people lol! The shade made a HUGE difference and I have left my front panels off ever since i put the shade on. Ill post pics at some point
Totally agree! I put my sunshade on yesterday. as much as i like the "complete open" feel you have to have a shade here.
 

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Nice! Let's see some full on side pics.
This is the only one I got so far. I know it’s a lot of fender space, but rubbing is completely a non issue now, which is what I wanted for my longer shocks that are coming hopefully soon, ordered back in March........:facepalm:.

I don’t want to go bigger tires until I can do tons and 40s, long arms, and coil overs and re gear. So I’m gonna have to just prepare myself for the bullying. The wife says “ it looks more off roadie” bless her heart.

I still have rear lod bumper to do, it’s a hundred pounds, then maybe I can take out my front 1/2” spacers that I have in for leveling, and that might help.

But for now it is what it is..........:)

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This is the only one I got so far. I know it’s a lot of fender space, but rubbing is completely a non issue now, which is what I wanted for my longer shocks that are coming hopefully soon, ordered back in March........:facepalm:.

I don’t want to go bigger tires until I can do tons and 40s, long arms, and coil overs and re gear. So I’m gonna have to just prepare myself for the bullying. The wife says “ it looks more off roadie” bless her heart.

I still have rear lod bumper to do, it’s a hundred pounds, then maybe I can take out my front 1/2” that I have in for leveling, and that might help.

But for now it is what it is..........:)

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I think gap looks good. Definitely off roadie :). No need for larger tires.
 

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Installed 3 dash cams: front facing, rear facing and one that covers the inside of the cab and speedometer (because I don't trust cops, lol)

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What kind of cameras did you use?
 

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Installed 3 dash cams: front facing, rear facing and one that covers the inside of the cab and speedometer (because I don't trust cops, lol)
Joke? I assume.
You can't honestly think cops have so little to do that they're going to lie about your speed so they can stop you do you?

Today, I took off my thin blue line flag supporting police because I don't want my Jeep keyed in a parking lot, or my wife harassed/assaulted when she's driving it because people "don't trust cops".
Sad that it's come to that. And along those lines:
For all the peaceful protesters (ie the majority of them) who are angered and/or upset feel that they're grouped in with the rioters. You should be upset, BUT, think about how the cops who are doing things right (ie the majority of them) feel about being grouped in with the bad cops.
I'm not trying to start a debate. Just saying that obviously not all protesters are rioters, just like not all cops are racist and/or crooked.

Anyway, back on topic of what I did. I made a new flag with a green line to support military to replace the one I took off.
 

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Just don’t speed, and you won’t have to worry about encountering the police.
Nah, there's a much more fun way to avoid police. Drive on trails instead of roads. "Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads."
 
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